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Founder of Budokon Yoga – Founder of Budokon University
Home base: Miami, USA
Born December 11th, 1971, Cameron Shayne is a social philosopher, educator, fighter, yogi, satirist, artist, writer, and founder of Budokon University. Based in Los Angeles, CA, during the 90s, the mecca for yoga in the Western world, Cameron established himself as one of the pioneering voices and transmitters of contemporary yoga and martial arts. As a teacher of teachers, he is renown for his founding of Budokon Yoga and his inspiring and provocative writings on the contemporary yoga scene. His radically honest and transparent style of teaching through critical analysis has established him as a guiding voice for modern yoga.
Cameron began studying Martial Arts and Zen meditation at the age of 12, and yoga Asana training at 25. He has black belts in both Japanese Karate-do and Korean Taekwondo, as well as his Brown Belt in Brazilian Jujitsu under the Gracie System. He has been studying and sharing Yoga, Martial Arts, and Zen meditation collectively for over 30 years. Kancho ~ “kan” means building or dojo. Cho Means the head or top (i.e shacho: president). Essentially, Kancho means Top or Head of the Organisation. This title was given to Cameron by his Japanese students after traveling and teaching Budokon in Japan for many years.
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Budokon yoga is a practice for movers who seek the highest level of mobility. By combining yoga with elements of martial arts, calisthenics, animal locomotion and cognitive studies, it helps to improve mobility and to build strength.
The word Budokon is comprised of the syllables BU meaning warrior, DO meaning way and KON meaning spirit.
The purpose of Budokon yoga is to gain muscular strength, cardiovascular stamina, joint mobility as well as to develop agility and flexibility.
As a physically demanding style, it is intended to challenge and destroy the mental constructs you may have about yourself, leading to self-transformation through self-observation.
My tip for your practice
“Find a great teacher. Become a great student. Slow down. Fail. Listen more than you talk. Never stop. Practice, practice, practice.
The way you do anything, is the way you do everything.“
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